A group of Vincentians from different branches met online to consolidate the creation of the CONFRATERNITY OF LAY ADVISORS FOR VINCENTIAN FAMILY.
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They are Vincentians, from the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, and their work is a light to others, especially during this tumultuous time of pandemic.
The Daughters of Charity tell us that safety measures are in place where they work in Langata-Nairobi, Kenya.
Yesterday, Saturday, June 20, the winners of the prestigious Beverly Hills Film Festival were announced. The documentary "Opeka," about the life and work of Pedro Opeka, a missionary of the Congregation of the Mission in Madagascar, has won the Golden Palm. The...
In a two-part series, we highlight reports in two different hemispheres that focus on women in the COVID-infected world. Part I.
Even before the economic crisis was set off by the coronavirus pandemic, the International Vincentian Family has been carrying out a number of projects to help the poor.
Sister Nuala Kenny, Sister of Charity of Halifax, has been a member of the ad hoc committee for child sexual abuse for the Canadian Catholic Bishops Conference.
As members of Vincentian Family, we do not want to nor should we remain impassive in the face of the discrimination that millions of people still suffer today.
Here in Great Britain the Daughters of Charity give oversight to numerous services and projects through DC SERVICES and through this body we have issued our own public statement.
In this time of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic crisis and the powerful and emotional response to racism erupting in the United States, we invite you to join together in prayer for unstoppable charity.
Today, we can begin the process of abolishing the sin of racism and violence from our midst.
After recent events, you may ask, “What has the UN done to help eradicate racism?”